My goal is to play with as many IP telephony labs as I can in my home lab. I'd like to configure gateways and gatekeepers and make all phones communicate with each other.
My main doubt is regarding the configuration of router 'C2610-1' as demonstrated in the attached diagram. I am trying to simulate a PSTN with it. Then I put (2) FXO ports on that router.
Please feel free to make suggestions on how I could use the (3) C2610 and (1) Cat 3550 give me the best IP telephony lab possible. I know my diagram my be wrong and vague, but I am looking for suggestions from you experienced folks if you don't mind.
Graciano, how about if I configure the router on the top, (C2610-1), the one with 2 FXO's ports, as a PBX? Would that be the correct connection then?
If you confirm the topology is correct if I want to make the C2610-1 as a PBX, I confess at this point it is not clear to me which configuration I should run on that router to make it work as a PBX, I would need to research that next.
I forgot to remove that hub from there. You are right.
On your 2610-1 you need an fxs to provide dialtone to the other two routers.This will make 2610-1 your pbx.You will create two dial-peers with the destination-pattern of the numbers you plan to use ie:1000,1001.Pointing to the fxs voice-ports.
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